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Scrapbook of early aeronautica (1783)



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Author: Upcott, William, 1779-1845, collector; Hollond, Robert, former owner. DSI; Carruthers, John Franklin Bruce, 1889-1960, former owner. DSI
Volume: v.1
Subject: Early works to 1900; Balloon ascensions; Aeronautics; Balloonists; Parachuting
Year: 1783
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: English; French
Call number: 39088010380731
Digitizing sponsor: Smithsonian Institution Libraries
Book contributor: Smithsonian Libraries
Collection: smithsonian

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statement of responsibility: collected by William Upcott.

Binder's title.

Collection of prints, newspaper and journal clippings, mss., separately published tracts, and printed ephemera (in various sizes) connected with the early years of aeronautics, primarily ballooning.

Arranged in roughly chronological order, e.g., v. 1 has material mostly from ca. 1783-1802; v. 2 mostly from 1785-1837; and v. 3 mostly from 1837-1840. However, each v. also includes materials from dates outside of these ranges.

Page [423] is signed: "William Upcott of Islington, collector of engravings connected with aerostation."

Text mostly in English, with some French language materials.

Originally unbound. cf. Cat. of the Library of W. Upcott, London, 1846, p. 65.

Includes these published works bound in (each cataloged separately): Lunardi, V. An account of the first aërial voyage in England. London : Printed for the author ..., 1784 -- The Man in the moon. [S.l.? : s.n.?, ca. 1830] -- Sadler, J. Balloon, an authentic account of the ærial voyage of Messrs. Sadler and Clayfield. [Bristol] : Printed for the benefit of Mr. Sadler, by A. Brown, [1810] -- High and low. London : Printed by L. Thompson, 1824 -- A full and correct description of this extraordinary machine ... the Eagle. London : Printed and published by J. Thompson, 1835.

A short ([4] p.) anonymous handwritten political allegory with an aeronautical theme, entitled: "The Dolphin carried off: a dream," is mounted on p. 7 of v. 1.

Some of the balloonists featured in this scrapbook include the Montgolfiers, Lunardi, Blanchard, Garnerin, Robert, Charles, Barrett, Hullin, Sowden, de Moret, MacGwire, Graham, Sadler, Green, Cocking, and Gypson, among others.

NASMRB copy has a leaf of viewers' signatures and their brief comments, dating from the mid-20th century, bound in at the front of v. 1.

action: Balloons Exhibition 39088002611069; opened: p. 370-371, p. 13,p.23, p.71; Upcott, W. Scrapbook 1994/09/01 through 1995/04/15 Diane Shaw SIL Exh. Gallery Tom Crouch.

Binder's title

Collection of prints, newspaper and journal clippings, mss., separately published tracts, and printed ephemera (in various sizes) connected with the early years of aeronautics, primarily ballooning

Arranged in roughly chronological order, e.g., v. 1 has material mostly from ca. 1783-1802; v. 2 mostly from 1785-1837; and v. 3 mostly from 1837-1840. However, each v. also includes materials from dates outside of these ranges

Text mostly in English, with some French language materials

Originally unbound. cf. Cat. of the Library of W. Upcott, London, 1846, p. 65

Includes these published works bound in (each cataloged separately): Lunardi, V. An account of the first aërial voyage in England. London : Printed for the author ..., 1784 -- The Man in the moon. [S.l.? : s.n.?, ca. 1830] -- Sadler, J. Balloon, an authentic account of the ærial voyage of Messrs. Sadler and Clayfield. [Bristol] : Printed for the benefit of Mr. Sadler, by A. Brown, [1810] -- High and low. London : Printed by L. Thompson, 1824 -- A full and correct description of this extraordinary machine ... the Eagle. London : Printed and published by J. Thompson, 1835

A short ([4] p.) anonymous handwritten political allegory with an aeronautical theme, entitled: "The Dolphin carried off: a dream," is mounted on p. 7 of v. 1

Some of the balloonists featured in this scrapbook include the Montgolfiers, Lunardi, Blanchard, Garnerin, Robert, Charles, Barrett, Hullin, Sowden, de Moret, MacGwire, Graham, Sadler, Green, Cocking, and Gypson, among others

NASMRB copy has a leaf of viewers' signatures and their brief comments, dating from the mid-20th century, bound in at the front of v. 1

Balloons Exhibition

NASMRB copy has been re-bound in 3 v., with each v. bound in full red leather with raised bands and gilt-lettered spine, interleaved throughout with blank sheets of paper; each v. is housed in a separate linen-covered box with printed red paper spine labels

NASMRB copy has bookplates: 1. (armorial) Robert Hollond, with motto: Vincit qui se vincit; 2. Library of the National Air Museum: a gift from Mrs. John Carruthers ... Pasadena 5, California

NASMRB copy has p. 129-136 in v. 1 misbound upside-down and in reverse order between p. [128] and 137

NASMRB copy has some ms. annotations made by the collector and by subsequent owners


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